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About the artist
Jessica Hische is a lettering artist, illustrator, author and self-described “avid internetter” working out of Oakland, California. She is actively involved in the design, illustration and type communities and is a prolific public speaker. Her Daily Drop Cap project produced hundreds of illustrative letters that have appeared in all sorts of places, from postcard sets to iPhone cases. She has also released several commercial typefaces which are available in her shop.
Jessica’s clients include Wes Anderson, The USPS, Tiffany & Co., The New York Times, Penguin Books, Target, Starbucks, American Express and Wired Magazine.
Cody Hudson is a Chicago-based artist, also known for his graphic design contributions under the name Struggle Inc. His graphic work and paintings have been exhibited throughout the U.S., Europe and Japan at venues like the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), V1 (Copenhagen), Hellerau Art Center (Dresden), MU (Eindoven), Joshua Liner (New York) and Andrew Rafacz (Chicago).
Cody is also a partner in the James Beard award-winning restaurant group, Land and Sea Dept.
Sophia Chang hails from Queens, New York. As a multimedia storyteller creating lucid and inspirited imagery, she’s expanding market boundaries and defining a new, vivid, visual vocabulary. Sophia is passionate about people's stories. She listens to them and interprets them to empower the community she loves and propel her friends and clients to greatness.
Sophia has collaborated with companies like Samsung, Nike, Refinery29, Adidas, Apple, Footlocker, HBO and the NBA, to name but a few.
Melanie Lambrick is an illustrator living in Montréal, Canada, whose work bridges 20th-century illustration traditions and contemporary digital techniques. By using a visual language tinged with comic and children’s book references, Melanie draws the viewer into a fresh conversation with complex subject matters.
Melanie grew up on the west coast of British Columbia. Her past clients include The New York Times, The Atlantic, Volkswagen, UNESCO and Man Repeller.
Garima Dhawan is an alumna of the Rhode Island School of Design. Her work combines traditional printmaking techniques and digital technology to create a dialogue between the two worlds. She loves the beauty of the printed mark and the collage technique. She consistently returns to the theme of the garden as a field of infinite potential and unlimited possibilities.
Garima sells her work at US shops like Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, Target, Nordstrom, and Kohl's, and online at Deny Designs, Society 6, Artfully Walls, Displate and Eastend Prints.
Lakwena Maciver creates painted prayers and meditations that include elements from popular culture. With her use of acid-bright colour and bold typographic text, her panel paintings, iconic murals and installations subtly subvert prevailing mythologies.
Lakwena has installations at the Tate Britain and other locations in London, as well as at a juvenile detention centre in Arkansas, a monastery in Vienna and the Bowery Wall in New York City.
Koralie is a plastic, visual and urban artist. She was born in a village in the Camargue region of France. With her husband SupaKitch, Koralie paints large murals in cities like New York, Paris, Rome, Cape Town, Frankfurt and Los Angeles. In 2005, the couple launched the fashion label 'Metroplastique'.
Koralie has exhibited her work in galleries in New York, Paris and San Francisco, art fairs like Salon du Dessin (Paris) and Bridge Art Fair (NY) and at museums such as the Museo del Juguete Antiguo México (Mexico) and The Museum of World Culture (Gothenburg). She has collaborated with brands like Posca, Kidrobot, Ray Ban, Carhartt, Ikea, Chevalier Edition, Reebok and many more.
Cynthia Kittler is an illustrator from a small village near Stuttgart, Germany, and is currently based in Offenbach/Frankfurt am Main.
Cynthia’s clients include the New Yorker, the New York Times, Bloomberg Business Week, Die Zeit, Süddeutsche Zeitung and Der Spiegel. She has illustrated four books and is working on her fifth one, “Planet Fashion,” which will be her first children's book.
Tor Brandt is an illustrator and comic book artist based in Denmark. He has released a number of comics and books and has worked for various magazines, websites and national brands.
Tor studied fine art and philosophy and says his work is inspired by New Age culture, spirituality and general “Weltschmerz,” (a German term describing a mental depression or apathy caused by comparison of the actual state of the world to an ideal state). Tor’s work is minimalist in nature, consisting of few, yet powerful lines and bold colour surfaces.
Dermot Flynn was born in Dublin and moved to London to work for the world-renowned StudioAKA before setting up his own practice. His natural talent for illustration and animation allowed him to obtain a diverse client base, from children's fiction to animation to drawing with Marmite on national television.
Dermot has won many awards – including the Macmillan Prize for Children’s Book Illustration and a Silver Lion at Cannes Advertising Festival – and he’s worked for hundreds of international clients, like Pentagram, Adidas, Vodafone, New York Magazine, Conde Nast, Dentsu Japan, Winkreative, GQ, the Guardian, BMW, Francfranc, SwissAir, Nickelodeon and the Irish Times.
Lynn Bremner is a Scottish Illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia, who works under the pseudonym ‘Salty Shoppe’. Lynn often combines digital and traditional techniques of painting and printmaking and uses hand-generated textures to create a welcoming, tangible feel to her pieces. Her work is bold and colourful, relying on warm hues inspired by nature and vintage advertising.
Recently, she's been working on murals, beer labels and magazine covers and has also taken part in numerous group and solo exhibitions.
Nina Fuga is an artist born in Venice but based in London. She works across various media, ranging from drawing to painting large murals for interiors. Her images are influenced by the natural world and inspired by her travels and restless search for beauty.
A graduate of the Royal College of Art, Nina has illustrated for Bompiani, Faber & Faber, Harper Collins and Random House NY. Along with editorial clients, she’s also worked with American Express, Bulgari, Ferrari, Max Mara, Qantas, Stella Artois and Wallpaper*.
Zosen Bandido uses bold, flat colour in patterns and shapes that interlock like a mosaic. He presents a universal view of society that can be traced back to ancient cultures through indigenous stories and iconography and is drawn toward age-old symbols such as those used by the pre-Columbian cultures of the Americas.
Making public art is essential to Zosen as it drives him to be creative, but he also creates across all kinds of media, from print-making to textiles, illustration, ceramics, sculpture and even performance pieces.
Malin Rosenqvist is a Swedish illustrator known for her colourful and unique works of art that are all drawn by hand. Using lines and dots, Malin builds up an almost 3D image, which is given texture through her rigorous approach. Using just a black pen, she then collages and colours the images in post-editing.
Malin studied at the Lucerne School of Design and Art and the Royal College of Art, Design & Craft in Stockholm.
Mister Adam (aka Adam Oostenbrink) is a graphic designer, printmaker and design educator from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. In his studio/printshop, he creates multi-disciplinary works for a wide range of clients. Using both digital and analogue techniques, his typographic style is unrestrained, colourful, lively and outspoken.
Mister Adam has worked for global brands like Nikon, TNT Worldwide and Adidas, but also works on personal projects that are all about experimentation, research, collaboration and high-quality, handmade, limited editions. His work has been included in a number of publications and exhibitions.
WRK is a young designer duo – Damoun Tamir and Andrea Weber – based in Iserlohn and Krefeld, Germany. Using a variety of materials and techniques, including paper, papier-mâché and food, WRK’s studio creates playful, concept-driven, tactile images, mostly for advertising and magazines.
WRK’s work is colourful, unconventional, often very detailed, sometimes bold and always charming. Their pictures are conceived and constructed worlds of images from diverse materials. After the objects have been built for the respective illustrations, they are photographed and then post-processed on the computer. They then become "real" images and can be used as desired.
Kate Gibb has worked as a printmaker and illustrator from her print studio in London for over 20 years. Her practice is predominantly self-taught, intuitive and continually evolving. Commercially, she’s known for her music-related sleeve artwork, notably her long-standing relationship with The Chemical Brothers. Non-commercially, she continues to explore the silkscreen process, highlighting its tactile nature and subtle nuances.
For this Christmas project, each card design was originally created as a screen-print on paper – a unique print application that is then scanned, edited and enhanced digitally to create the finished illustrations.
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